Halloween is just around the corner, and with her signature locks and effortlessly frumpy attire, law-breaking Kentucky clerk Kim Davis is sure to be a popular choice. Lucky for us, we have Jan Bonito to help us capture her classic looks,...Show More Summary
Roland Emmerich’s Stonewall, a fictionalized retelling of the June 1969 riots in New York widely credited with launching the “pride” phase of the LGBTQ civil rights movement, received blistering reviews, squeezed out barely a drop in the box-office bucket, and left town (or at least my town) virtually unnoticed. Show More Summary
This Sunday, October 11, marks the premiere of Radio Andy’s new feature, “Free Advice with Ev and Lou Cohen” (8 a.m. EST). For those who don’t know, Radio Andy is the SiriusXM radio channel created by everyone’s favorite gay late night...Show More Summary
They may have taken a LOT of selfies, but they are also pretty selfless. read more
Danny Pintauro recently sat down with HIV Equal‘s Stephen Lucin to discuss his experiences with meth, as well as his thoughts on Grindr and why he doesn’t want to be seen as a poster child for HIV/AIDS or meth addiction. “I definitely don’t want to be a hero. I don’t want to be, like, the poster child,” Pintauro […]
In the United Kingdom, EastEnders is an institution. The soap opera first aired in 1985, and in the decades since, it's tackled some tough issues and taboos, fundamentally contibuting to societal progress. Long ahead of the curve, the...Show More Summary
Even with all the potential blockbusters and Oscar contenders scheduled for release in theaters during the remaining months of 2015, the film we’re most excited about won’t be seen until next year. Hail Caesar!, the latest from the Coen brothers, the ever-reliable directing duo responsible for Fargo, No Country for Old Men, O Brother, Where Art Thou? and a slew […]
Though it’s hardly news that One Million Moms has taken issue with the adorable Campbell’s Soup ad featuring real-life gay dads, we’d be remiss not to highlight the stink they’ve predictably raised, if for no other reason than to point out how sadly out of touch they are. “A homosexual ‘married’ couple is featured prominently […]
For the first time in British soap opera history, a trans actor will be playing a trans role. read more
> American Principles Project calls for constitutional resistance to Obergefell ruling. > Michael Ontkean will not be heading to Twin Peaks. “Rumor has it that veteran actor Robert Forster (Heroes, Karen Sisco) has stepped in to replace O… The post News: Twin Peaks, John Stamos, Hamilton, NACHO, Jonathan Groff appeared first on Towleroad.
Readers squee’d and smiled when The Advocate’s sibling publication Out showcased the new commercial from Campbell’s soup featuring “the galaxy’s best dads.” But just like in the Star Wars saga, there is a dark side to this tale: theShow More Summary
We're checking out what some of our favorite celebs have been doing and posting this week on social media.
Director Christopher Hines profiles Latrice Royale and others about their experiences on the inside in the doc "Gays In Prison."
Last week I had the pleasure of attending a lobby day on Capitol Hill with LULAC, the League of United Latin American Citizens. I was in a group with Marco Antonio Quiroga, the National Field Officer at Immigration Equality. Marco impressed me with the way that he talked to the Congressional staffers about urgent need […]
The LGBT GOP organization known as the Log Cabin Republicans made a new video that highlights four U.S. senators and seven House members not openly hostile to queer rights. In the amusing clip, which recalls 1980s Saturday morning classics (not to mention Saturday Night Live’s “Ambiguously Gay Duo”), 11 politicians are highlighted. Show More Summary
Geek out, listen, watch, read, yaaaas, and scream with the 7 things that are everything this week. The Walking Dead, Season 6The secure walls of the Alexandria Safe Zone begin to weaken as the weary but resilient tight-knit group, led...Show More Summary
A handy guide to the many boyfriend's seen throughout Taylor Swift's videos.
There's so much going on here that we don't know where to begin. read more
Trevor Donovan sweeps us away with his latest Malibu photo shoot
Downtown L.A. is adding to its gayborhood of bars and today a new craft cocktail joint opens, named Bar Mattachine for the early gay rights group, LAist reports: Located at 7th Street and Broadway, Mattachine opens today and joins Precinct and Redlin… The post There’s a New Craft Cocktail Gay Bar in L.A. Named for the Mattachine Society appeared first on Towleroad.